Reflections

by | Monday, March 16, 2020

afternoon walk
lingering on the shore line
time for reflection

Reflections

Reflections © Punya Mishra.
All photos taken with my iPhone, over the years.
(published 2/27/20, revised with new photos 3/16/20)

On Reflection: Haiku by Catherine from her website: Still Standing on her head

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TPACK @ AMTE

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